Katherine De La Cruz (She/her) is a Afro-Dominican movement artists and model based in Brooklyn NY. She is an alumni of Hunter College where she earned a double major in Anthropology and Dance. In her work Katherine aims to use her knowledge of dance as well as her Anthropology background to continue to create pieces that offers a space for both confronting political and social issues, as well as offering perspectives on internal healing processes.
Katherine is a passionate performer and enjoys dancing for live audiences. At Hunter college she performed in repertoire works by Larry Keigwin and Blakeley White-McGuire. She danced at The New York City Center during the 2019 Fall for Dance Festival in “The Running Show” by Monica Bill Barnes & Company. In 2020 she took part in the film series "Keep Moving" by Monica Bill Barnes which was presented at both the American Dance Festival and The WP theater. Furthermore in 2021 she has performed at Arts on Site alongside Maura Donohue and at Movement Research alongside Andrea Haenggi.
Katherine is currently and artists in residence at The Floor on Atlantic where she hopes to finish her latest work in progress "Casas de carton." She aims to continue learning and honing her craft through deep listening and openness to critique. She will continue creating and performing both on stages and screens everywhere.